What Is Transformation?
Why White Glove?
End to end supply chain visibility has been a top priority for companies for years, but it's still a challenging goal to achieve. How do you define visibility? Do you want visibility or reliability? Customers want to see instantly where their products are. Change of pace has increased along with the need to make smarter decisions faster.
In the movie “The Wolf of Wall Street,” the main character is asked to sell a pen; most people immediately start thinking about selling techniques and words they can use to sell the pen. However, that is not the first question not even the second you should be asking. Instead, it all starts with who your customer is. To determine the intent of the pen, you have to understand the direction of the customer. What is the customer's main concern?
“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” - Benjamin Franklin
Asia is a dynamic, emerging logistics market. Having local resources and understanding local markets is critical to delivering supply chain optimization.
What differentiates a 4PL relationship from that of a 3PL? Vice President of Business Development for GEODIS’ Supply Chain Optimization line of business, Matt Lewism and Founder/Host of Talking Logistics, Adrian Gonzalez, discuss what companies should be looking for when pursuing a 4PL relationship. Organizations that are managing a complex global supply chain are often in search of partners with more leverage on logistics spend as well as looking to reduce complex procurement processes. Watch this video for more on the topic!
Facing low prices of crude oil, companies need to reshape supply chains to get sustainable cost reductions and reach profitability in the mid and long term. End to end visibility in upstream, midstream, or downstream portions of the business substantially reduces inefficiencies, driving competitive advantages and bringing you closer to achieving your strategic goals.
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